Following up on your presentation can be the difference between getting the deal or being unsuccessful.
The question is often what to send when someone asks you to ‘send a copy of your slides’ so they can share them with colleagues.
The problem with sending presentation slides is that what may work well for a standup presentation with a presenter does not work as well when the slides are sent and used as a ‘read document’ when there is nobody to explain the points.
Now, however, there is a solution. A combined document consisting of an eBook, business presentation, notes and links to rich media including video and audio clips produced to support your presentation and help decision-makers reach an informed decision.
Your eBook can be easily shared with your clients, prospects, managers, colleagues and other stakeholders by a unique web link which can be protected with a password.
Business presentations, proposals and recommendations continually change course as things progress and the advantage of a live eBook is that if you need to change the content you can and it will update with the new information.
By continually responding to the needs of the people you are presenting to you, your presentation eBook migrates into a working document that both parties rely on to progress naturally towards a successful conclusion.
Buyers, in fact, all types of decision-makers prefer to buy in their own time. Whether we are selling ideas within our company, or products and services to prospects and clients outside of our company, finding ways that help people to reach their decision naturally often produce the best result for all parties.
For further information contact Adrian Hargreaves for a chat.